Embedded Researcher – Youth Violence Peer Research Project

Post title: Embedded Researcher – Youth Violence Peer Research Project
Salary: Budget for this work £12,000-£16,000
Hours: Working with High Trees over a 14 month period. January 2022 - February 2023

Individuals and organisations wishing to bid to carry out this work should send a proposal by 11 pm on Sunday 12th December

We are seeking to contract with an embedded researcher (either an individual or a research organisation) to work with us to produce comprehensive research and impact report on our youth violence peer research project. We are seeking individuals who have specific experience in the field of youth violence and/or peer research, who has the ability to adapt traditional research approaches to those more suitable for our work. You will be expected to work with High Trees over a 14 month period from January 2022-February 2023, working closely with our Community Action Team and peer-researchers. We expect this role to be based partially on-site.

The indicative budget for this complete piece of work is in the region of £12,000-£16,000 (including VAT) and value for money will be considered as part of this assessment process. Your proposal should break down budgets associated with various stages of the work. Individuals and organisations wishing to bid to carry out this work should send a proposal by 11 pm on Sunday 12th December as detailed in Section Four of this invitation.

Find more information on the scope of work and tender process in the Researcher Brief below.

How to apply:

Please submit your proposals, which should consist of no more than 4 sides of A4 in either PDF or word format. We are happy to discuss the details of this brief in more detail in order to aid proposals. Any enquiries should be e-mailed to: grace.english@high-trees.org.

Deadline for proposals: Sunday 12th December at 11 pm, to be sent via email to grace.english@high-trees.org. Tenders will be reviewed by High Trees and shortlisted candidates will be further queried through a follow-up meeting. We expect to appoint by mid-January, if not sooner.

Researcher Brief